Investigators are travelling to Nepal to examine the site of a crash which killed 7 Britons. The trip was booked by a Hampshire travel firm.
The 36-year-old murder victim, found outside a pub in Farnborough at the weekend, has been named as Ray Dibbs.
The man was taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead on Sunday afternoon
A man has been charged following a fatal road traffic collision in Farnborough.
Craig Lesley Hammond who's 30, and of Larch Way in Farnborough is charged with causing death by careless driving, causing death by careless driving while under the influence of alcohol and failing to stop at the scene of an accident.
It follows the death of 25-year-old Rebecca Bignell on Sunday 10th November. She died after the car she was travelling in came off the road at Kennels Lane.
Craig Hammond has been remanded in custody.
Hampshire Police have reopened the roads around the Kingsmead shopping centre in Farnborough after an earlier incident.
Officers were called to the scene after reports of man jumping from the roof this morning. He received medical treatment but the 84-year-old local man died from his injuries. His next-of-kin have been informed. The death is not being treated as suspicious.
The emergency services are attending an incident at the Kingsmead shopping centre in Farnborough - after reports of a man jumping from the roof. Hampshire Police were called at 8.18am. The man is currently receiving emergency medical treatment.
The road leading into the Kingsmead entrance has been closed off while the incident is being dealt with. Motorists and shoppers are being advised to expect some delays.
Video. He was the first person in the UK to pilot a powered flight - and today a statue was unveiled in his memory near the airfield where it all happened. Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
A statue has been unveiled in memory of aviator Samuel Cody who was killed in a flying accident 100 years ago today. The statue in Farnborough is close to where he achieved the first powered flight in the country.
Local MP Gerald Howarth, Aldershot Con, was at the ceremony. He said "the statue was long overdue and it was a historic day."
Hundreds gather for Cody statue unveiling at Farnborough. Samuel Cody, who died 100 years ago today, was the first person in the UK to fly a powered aircraft. The statue follows a £60,000 fundraising campaign.
A memorial in honour of Colonel Samuel Cody will be unveiled in Farnborough today.
These pictures show the aviator during the first British powered flight. The flight lasted 27 seconds and covered a distance of 1,390ft over Farnborough Common.
He was killed in a flying accident exactly 100 years ago.
A memorial in honour of aviator Samuel Cody will be unveiled in Farnborough later.
Cody was killed in a flying accident exactly 100 years ago today. The memorial will be close to where he took his first test flights and achieved the first powered flight in the country.
A cyclist was seriously injured after colliding with a car in Farnborough.
The crash happened at 3.15pm yesterday on Park Road towards Queen Road.
The cyclist, a 23-year-old man from Surrey, sustained fractures to his face and head injuries.
He was taken to Kings Hospital in London for treatment and remains there with serious, but not life-threatening injuries.
The driver of the car, a 35-year-old man, and passenger were shaken but unharmed.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the collision to contact Roads Policing Unit on 101.